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One of the most important aspects of any gig is the image. This has to be highly appealing. To have the finest Gig image, there are a few things to consider:-

1. Colors that are appealing. You can choose a neon-like color to help attract attention

2. There should be no messes in the photograph.

3. Use as little words as possible while attempting to explain the gig and services.

4. In the second gig image, you can utilize several shots of your work with some words.

5. Provide your services on the third image, along with photos of a word sample.

6 .Use logos that represent the services you provide. Web designers, for example, can use icons from WordPress, Elementor, and Wix.

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On 1/10/2022 at 2:53 PM, chinmoybiswas_ said:

Colors that are appealing. You can choose a neon-like color to help attract attention

Neon colors are certainly catchy, but are also often hard on the eyes. In addition, they may scream of unprofessionalism, and appear desperate. 

On 1/10/2022 at 2:53 PM, chinmoybiswas_ said:

There should be no messes in the photograph.

What, exactly, do you mean by "messes"?

On 1/10/2022 at 2:53 PM, chinmoybiswas_ said:

Use as little words as possible while attempting to explain the gig and services.

Use words that are necessary to the image/service.

On 1/10/2022 at 2:53 PM, chinmoybiswas_ said:

In the second gig image, you can utilize several shots of your work with some words.

The second image (of the three a gig is allowed to have) will not show up as an image in the gig directory. So, don't try to make that image catchy. Use it to show your work -- like the portfolio image it is intended to be. 

On 1/10/2022 at 2:53 PM, chinmoybiswas_ said:

Provide your services on the third image, along with photos of a word sample.

See what I wrote above. 

On 1/10/2022 at 2:53 PM, chinmoybiswas_ said:

Use logos that represent the services you provide. Web designers, for example, can use icons from WordPress, Elementor, and Wix.

No. Do not use other company logos (that you did not design) to represent your work. Your gig images should show YOUR work. There is no need to post other people's branded elements in your work images. If you are a web designer, let YOUR work speak for itself. 

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19 hours ago, jonbaas said:

Neon colors are certainly catchy, but are also often hard on the eyes. In addition, they may scream of unprofessionalism, and appear desperate. 

What, exactly, do you mean by "messes"?

Use words that are necessary to the image/service.

The second image (of the three a gig is allowed to have) will not show up as an image in the gig directory. So, don't try to make that image catchy. Use it to show your work -- like the portfolio image it is intended to be. 

See what I wrote above. 

No. Do not use other company logos (that you did not design) to represent your work. Your gig images should show YOUR work. There is no need to post other people's branded elements in your work images. If you are a web designer, let YOUR work speak for itself.

Neon colors-------------- appear desperate. :: I don't think so, If you can use properly 

What, ------mean by "messes"? : I said you should make your images clean and easy to understand

 

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4 hours ago, chinmoybiswas_ said:

Neon colors-------------- appear desperate. :: I don't think so, If you can use properly

Yes. I've been a graphic artist for over 20 years. I have seen plenty of people use bright, neon colors ineffectively. I've also been a freelance seller, here on Fiverr, for nearly eight years. I have seen MANY new sellers use bright, neon colors in horrendous, eye-bleed ways, just because they think bright colors will bring them sales. Yes, advising new sellers, here on Fiverr, to use neon colors is a bad idea, because most new sellers have no idea how to create attractive cover images.

4 hours ago, chinmoybiswas_ said:

What, ------mean by "messes"? : I said you should make your images clean and easy to understand

For the sake of clarification, you did NOT say the above in your original advice post.

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